'a body for venice in december, December 16th 2016' (2016)


1/3


Only visible through a small window on the top floor of the Palazzo Mora, I sit, immobile, on the roof of a nearby church. I remain here for one hour until I am almost completely invisible.


The first in a series of weather, site and time-specific performances exploring natural light and the complexities of stillness. The performance event is used a tool to reframe natural elements in an exploration of their relationship to Time and visual perception.


Performed at Venice Performance Art Week Fringe 2016.


Image © Guido Mencari. http://www.gmencari.com/


'4.39pm remember again and decay, January 19th 2017' (2017)


2/3


I sit on the floor while Ghida slowly draws up the blind on the window behind me. As the blind nears the top, a car’s headlight shines through the window, illuminating me for a moment. The room returns to near darkness.


William Basinski’s ‘the disintegration loop 1.1’ is playing.


The second in a series of weather, site and time-specific performances exploring natural light and the complexities of stillness. The performance event is used a tool to reframe natural elements in an exploration of their relationship to Time and visual perception.


'i miss you more than anything, February 16th 2017' (2017)


3/3


Starting at sunset, I stand, static, in the middle of the New River, with the water up to my waist. I remain in this position for the duration of the performance. With my body completely inactive, the slow change in light becomes the only moving element. The performance ends after 1.5 hours when I am no longer visible.


The third in a series of weather, site and time-specific performances exploring natural light and the complexities of stillness. The performance event is used a tool to reframe natural elements in an exploration of their relationship to Time and visual perception.


Performed at Low Stakes Festival 2017.


Image by Aristoteles Kara.

'i miss you more than anything, February 19th 2017'

3/3


Starting at sunset, I stand, static, in the middle of the New River, with the water up to my waist. I remain in this position for the duration of the performance. With my body completely inactive, the slow change in light becomes the only moving element. The performance ends when I am no longer visible.


The third in a series of weather, site and time-specific performances exploring natural light and the complexities of stillness. The performance event is used a tool to reframe natural elements in an exploration of their relationship to Time and visual perception.